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'''Ida Alexa Ross Wylie''' (16 March 1885 – 4 November 1959), known by her pen name '''I. A. R. Wylie''', was an Australian-British-American novelist, screenwriter, short story writer, and poet who was honored by the journalistic and literary establishments of her time, and was known around the world. Between 1915 and 1953, more than thirty of her novels and stories were adapted into films, including ''Keeper of the Flame (film)|Keeper of the Flame'' (1942), which was directed by George Cukor and starred Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.
Birth nameIda Alexa Ross Wylie
Birth date{{Birth date|1885|03|16|df=y}}
Birth placeMelbourne, Australia
Death date{{Death date and age|1959|11|04|1885|03|16|df=y}}
Death placePrinceton, New Jersey|Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Nationality| other_names = Ida Alena Ross Wylie
OccupationWriter, poet
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